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Need to know how to get to the blower motor resistor for '02 mits

I have an '02 Mitsubishi Lancer OZ edition and I had the same problem with the water, noise and only working in position 4. I took it in had it diagnosed and bought the parts ( blower motor and blower motor resistor) Got the blower motor replaced but not sure exactly where the resistor is located. Took the glove compartment out but not sure what it is next too, in, or behind from there. I've come across a few different posts and each give the general location but nothing precise. I was wondering if I can get something a little more detailed before I have to go rooting around and removing a bunch of things?

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  • brooke_lacey Oct 03, 2009

    the heater/air conditoner

  • Oscar Agnes May 11, 2010

    is it the blower motor of your air con? or the radiator?

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Number 2 is your blower motor resister.
Number 3 is a blend door (damper motor)
Number 4 Hose
Number 5 Blower Motor
Number 6 Blower Case
Open glove box you will see it on you left hand side
It will be a very tight fit, Sure take about 30 to 40 minture.
Let me know if this help you..


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Brooke_lacey, I know it's been a while since you asked for help with this problem, so I hope you see this post. I'm trying to rewire my Blower switch on the dash and have already discovered your problem. To find the Blower Resistors, look to the bottom left of the Blr Motor Housing, you'll see a jack with 4 wires; the amt. varies between models. (not the pair that is jacked into the Motor which is its pwr supply, which is a GREEN and a BLACK/WHITE STRIPE pair). The female end of the Resistor Pack is recessed into the housing and screwed on with 2 screws. That is the Resistor (blr control unit) Pack. You may take it to the Dealer for replacement. Newer models carry a transistorized control unit in same location, so wiring is a little different. The resistors are wire-wound with heat dissipators to avoid burn-out, but they break down after a few years. I kinda repaired mine, and I'm in the process of installing a substitute blr switch on the Dash... Mario

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